The Accounting Program at Marist College
Accounting has moved well past the traditional skills of auditing, accounting, and tax services. Accountants are now also expected to do forecasting and financial planning and evaluation. Those diverse and changing challenges mean you need to go out into the field with a well-rounded, up-to-date skill set. You'll get that with Marist accounting courses, which prepare you to take on sensitive management positions in business and industry, public accounting, and government. If you decide to add a professional certification to your credentials, you can study for your Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designations. If you are considering graduate school, you'll find an accounting degree will give you an excellent base for post-baccalaureate study in business or law.
Students will be held to the requirements of the catalog of the year in which they declare their major. Following are the requirements for the most recent catalog.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
- B.S. Accounting Course Requirements
- B.S. Accounting Recommended Course Sequence
- B.S. Accounting Course Descriptions
Minor in Accounting
- Accounting Minor Course Requirements
Students who have declared their major in a prior year should consult the appropriate catalog.